If you are considering the possibility of purchasing a Bulldog to add as a member of your family, you’ll be surprised just how many different kinds of Bulldogs there are. I thought I would try to give you a little bit of information on some of the different Bulldogs there are to pick from. We’ve already talked about the English Bulldog, American Bulldog and the American Bully so there is no need to go any further on those. Here are just a few of the over 40 varieties that you can choose from.
Alapaha Blue Blood Bulldog
This Bulldog is well developed, has a broad head and ears that drop down naturally. Their muzzle is prominent as well as are their eyes that are set far apart. Their coat is short and somewhat stiff. Favorite colors of owners are blue merle, red merle, chocolate and white as well as brown merle. Blue eyes is most preferred by owners. Their bodies are extremely muscular and sturdy.
The Alapaha Blue Blood loves duty and is easily trained. They make wonderful watch dogs or guard dogs because of their loyalty. They are wonderful companion dogs and due to their love and loyalty to their human they have been known to fight to the death to protect them. If you have children, this Bulldog is ideal for kids because of their devotion and willingness to protect.
This breed of Bulldog resembles the English Bulldog but they have less health issues as its counterpart. They are not restricted to certain color combinations either. They can come in just about any color that dogs come in. The top of their skulls are broad and have heavy padding on their muzzles. Their ears are small and lay close to their heads. Their noses are medium to large and they have nostrils that re wide open. Their eyes can be round or almond shaped. The chest is broad and wide as well as rounded giving them a powerful look.
This Bulldog has not been bred for protection. However, they are extremely loyal and very loving toward their humans. In fact, they absolutely adore their human companions. They actually love all people so they definitely need a leader to guide and protect them. They are a perfect companion dog and they are watchful and extremely calm by nature. They are non-aggressive nor are they timid.
This Bulldog has an overall very strong body structure and they are solid and compact with great muscle tone. Their chest is broad and they have good strong shoulders. Their coat is smooth and short and it isn’t thick nor is it rough. Their head is square and strong and they have 1/3 folds of wrinkles that go across their nose. Their eyes are usually set far apart and are big. You can choose from several different colors such as fawn, orange, red, apricot, white, five shades of brindle and mahogany.
The Australian Bulldog is bred to be intelligent, loyal and very loving. They are really good with kids because they are so fun loving and enjoy playing, especially with children. They are also very easygoing giving them another reason why they are so good with young ones.
This is a cute little Bulldog that is a stocky, sturdy and compact little guy. They have big square heads with rounded foreheads. Their muzzles are broad and deep. Their noses are black most often but sometimes lighter with lighter colored versions. They have very prominent and round eyes that are far apart and very dark colored. Their bat like ears are erect and broad and shaped like a triangle at the tips of them. They have broad chests making them wider in the front than their back ends. They have loose skin so they have wrinkles on their shoulders and heads. Their coats are short, smooth and medium fine. They come in a variety of colors like brindle, white and fawn, fawn and black, black, black and white, fawn brindle, spotted, piebald and many more colors.
This cute little Bulldog has a very pleasant attitude and can be very playful and affectionate. They are extremely lively and have an enthusiastic personality and can be very funny because they just love to goof around. The crave lots of attention so you just can’t own one without giving them the attention they desire. They prefer to be with their owners at all times but they do get along with most strangers and other animals. French Bulldogs have a great sense of cleanliness and they will even try to avoid puddles so they don’t get dirty. It is important to note that most of these Bulldogs don’t know how to swim so be careful around water.
Other types of Bulldogs you might be interested in discovering more about are listed here:
- Banter Bulldogge
- Bonsai Bulldogge
- Campeiro Bulldog
- Catahoula Bulldog
- Dorset Olde Tyme Bulldogge
- Italian Bulldogge
- Leavitt Bulldog
- Mallorquin Bulldog
- Mammut Bulldog
- Miniature Australian Bulldog
- Miniature Bulldog
- Miniature English Bulldog
- Mollett Victorian Bulldog
- Mountain Bulldog
- Old Anglican Bulldogge
- Olde Boston Bulldogge
- Olde English Bulldogge
- Otto Bulldog
- Pakistani Bull Dog (Gull Dong)
- Red Tiger Bulldog
- Spanish Bulldog (Alano Espanol)
- Titan Bull Dogge
- Valley Bulldog
- Vanguard Bulldog
- Victorian Bulldog
- White English Bulldog
Charlie and I hope that some of this information might help you consider making a loving Bulldog as part of your home. Don’t forget to check out shelters as a possible place to find one. You’d be surprised how much appreciation a shelter pet will show you when you choose them.
Mary & Charlie